Chelsea, under the leadership of Todd Boehly, are likely to let attacker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang leave on a free transfer.
According to The Telegraph, Barcelona, AC Milan, and Atletico Madrid are all considering moves for Aubameyang this upcoming summer transfer window but are unwilling to pay a transfer fee for the former Arsenal captain.
The report added that Chelsea are, therefore, likely to allow the Gabonese international to leave on a free transfer to get him off the wage bill.
Aubameyang joined Chelsea in a £12 million deal from Barcelona last September.
The 33-year-old was handed a lucrative two-year contract worth in the region of £160,000 a week.
But Aubameyang, who joined just days before manager Thomas Tuchel’s sacking, has struggled to make an impact at Chelsea, scoring just three goals in 21 appearances this season.